Okay, so I know you are all dying to see the hair...well unfortunately, I had a lot of trouble getting a picture of myself that shows all those lovely platinum streaks. Also, washing it a few times has kind of calmed it down a bit...thank goodness! Anyway, I took a picture in my bathroom mirror, but it comes out a little fuzzy and fades those streaks right out, plus I look like I have one too many chins because the camera is down low, and pointed up at my face. I tried setting up the camera and hitting the timer, and it worked okay in my white chef's coat, but with my red shirt, it just came out blurry. My camera is awesome for sports shots and other outdoor activities, but it doesn't like inside shots too much....sigh. So, anyway, here is a blurry, slightly disproportionate picture of me with the new hair...
And here is my new profile picture in my chef's coat. Since I always have to wear my hair up, when I'm working, I thought I'd wear it up for the picture as well. :)
Now that I've satisfied your curiosity...well at least as well as I can until my sister comes back from her trip to Hawaii...and no, I'm not jealous at all, ahem... here's where you can do a little something for me. I'm going to give another quick little lesson in how to leave comments without starting a google account for those of you who I know are just dying to let me know that you are out there reading, but don't know how to do it without filling out all those forms to start a google account. :)
All you have to do is click on the word "comments" at the bottom of the post you wish to comment on. Then, you type in your comment, fill in that annoying word verification thingy that keeps spammers from being able to leave comments, and then click on "anonymous". That will post your comment without you having to have a google account. Now, isn't that easy? So, now I expect to be seeing more than 2 and 3 comments on my posts folks....I had 12 comments on the recent meme, and I was just so excited, that now I want more, more, more!!!
And now, I must leave you so I can fix dinner for the kids, and get ready to go spend the evening making "Stampin' Up" cards with my buddy D. I haven't seen her in a l-o-n-g time, so I'm really looking forward to it! And now, she knows how to leave comments, so I expect to hear from her a LOT more often! LOL!